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Chef Fights $2,000 Fine for Feeding the Homeless

She may sue the city. A Texas-based chef who was recently ticketed for feeding the homeless will soon appear in court to fight her citation. Earlier this month, chef Joan Cheever was fined $2,000 for giving away food to a line of hungry and homeless people. Show More Summary

Peek Inside Marc Murphy's Home Cooking Guide 'Season With Authority'

The Chopped judge's debut cookbook will hit shelves on April 28th. Here's a look at Chopped chopper and New York City chef Marc Murphy's debut cookbook. While Murphy has had a decades-long career in the restaurant industry, Season With...Show More Summary

College Student Uses George Foreman Grill to Cook Bacon During Class

Sometimes, you just really need some bacon. This bold Mississippi State student brought a George Foreman grill to class to cook up a snack. After all, everything is better with bacon — especially college lectures. This guy has a George Foreman grill in class and cooking bacon with it. #HailState — Tyler S. Brain (@Tyler_Brain) April 20, 2015

Wine-Themed Hotel Throws Open Its Doors in Washington Next Year

Every guest room will be named after a different winery. The world already has a beer-themed hotel, so it's only natural that one should open centered around wine. According to the Tri-City Herald, developer Tom Drumheller is opening...Show More Summary

The 10 Hottest Baltimore Restaurants Right Now, April 2015

Sushi, ramen, cocktails, and more. Today Eater returns to Baltimore, Maryland to focus on 10 newish restaurants that have been garnering some serious buzz. It's been nearly a year since the last Baltimore Heatmap and once again local...Show More Summary

Meet Aquavit, a Flavorful Spirit No Longer Bound to Europe

Aquavit is on the rise, experiment with these 10 stellar bottles. Walk into most bars in the United States and the number of aquavits on the shelf will likely be zero or one. Perhaps there’s a bottle of Norwegian Linie or American Krogstad, or a dusty bottle of the no longer imported Aalborg, if the establishment doesn’t pour it often. Show More Summary

Blue Bell Creameries Recalls All of Its Products Over Listeria Fears

Three people have already died. Blue Bell Creameries has issued a voluntary recall of all its products currently in stores around the United States and internationally. According to a press release, the company is concerned its products...Show More Summary

Shake Shack Announces West Coast Invasion

The first California Shake Shack will open in West Hollywood next year. Angelenos, brace: Shake Shack, restaurateur Danny Meyer's publicly traded burger restaurant chain is expanding into Los Angeles. According to a release, Shake Shack...Show More Summary

Kraft Mac & Cheese's Neon Orange Color Will Soon Come From Natural Ingredients

The ultimate comfort food will also be free of artificial preservatives. Kraft has announced that its iconic Macaroni & Cheese — the one with the unnaturally orange cheese powder — will no longer contain artificial preservatives and synthetic colors. Show More Summary

The Apple Watch Gets Yelp and Yummly as Apps

Owners of hot accessory now have two new apps to choose from. Two food- and restaurant-related apps are now available for the this spring's most coveted piece of throwback fashion, the Apple Watch. Market Wired reports that Yummly, a "food discovery platform," is debuting its app for the watch today. Show More Summary

Woman Allegedly Planted a Cricket in Her Food to Get a Free Meal

Crickets are quite high in protein, FYI A North Carolina woman was arrested last Friday after police say she purposely put a cricket on her plate in order to get a free meal from a local restaurant. Police arrested 26-year-old Shatanya...Show More Summary

The Best #Eater Pics From Instagram

Pizza, ice cream sundaes, smoked chicken, and more delicious foods photographed by Eater readers. Here's a collection of our favorite reader photos from Instagram this week. Tag your best photos #eater to have them featured here or on...Show More Summary

Man Furious Over Omelette Hurls Restaurant Manager Into Elderly Woman

A classic case of brunch rage An angry man in a New York City restaurant was so infuriated by the long wait for his omelette that he grabbed the restaurant manager and threw him into an elderly woman who happened to be standing nearby. According...Show More Summary

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Chugged a Beer In Six Seconds Flat

He probably does a mean keg stand. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is making headlines lately — not for his ability to run a country — but instead for his ability to drink beer. According to CNN, Abbott was in a crowded SydneyShow More Summary

Indiana Chef Goes Off on Foie-Gras Hating 'Food Terrorists'

"Because you have made me angry we are now going to serve foie on every menu from now on." The state of Indiana has been no stranger to controversy lately, but according to WSBT News, one local chef has recently decided to fan the flames...Show More Summary

New Ben & Jerry's Beer Will Corrupt American Children, Say Critics

The ice cream makers are releasing a beer, upsetting some people. Vermont-based ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's is facing criticism over the announcement that the company is releasing a craft beer. According to USA Today, Ben & Jerry's...Show More Summary

The World's 12 Spiciest Cuisines

Eater critic Robert Sietsema runs down twelve of the world's hottest cuisines. In a companion piece, we categorized types of culinary hotness by the botanical specimens that produce the burn. Putting that knowledge to work, here areShow More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About Chiles and Other Vectors of Hotness

Eating is a pleasure that can provide several well-known sensory effects. Any bite can be perceived as salty, sweet, sour, or bitter in differing proportions, or it may partake of the newly recognized umami. A piece of meat can be tough or tender; a cup of pudding smooth or lumpy. Show More Summary

Bartenders Across the County are Going Nuts Over Pistachio Cocktails

Pistachio cocktail are trending across the country. Sure, the almond sees tons of love in cocktails. With a distinctive sweetness, it's immortalized in classics like the Mai Tai and Amaretto Sour. But, lately the more subtle pistachio is inspiring bartenders from coast to coast. Show More Summary

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